#ebooks

Are Ebooks on the Decline Again?

As sales continue to take a nosedive in the beginning of 2022, it raises a question on the state of ebooks: are they on the decline again?

Publishing Predictions That Never Came True

Publishing is unpredictable. We look back at the 2010s and go into some of the publishing predictions that never came true today.

A Librarian’s Perspective on E-Lending

Library ebooks have become famously important in our pandemic times. A librarian weighs in on why they're not just a COVID thing.

Do You Really Own Your Ebooks?

Ebook reading surged during the pandemic. As readers or consumers, have you ever wondered if you really own your ebooks?

Your Ultimate Guide on Where to Buy Ebooks

Confused about where to buy ebooks without breaking the bank? Here's your ultimate guide to finding discounts and sales for your next read.

How (and Why) to Spring Clean Your Digital Book Clutter

Take the time to spring clean your digital book clutter by tidying up your Kindle cloud, Goodreads shelves, and TBR with these tips.

5 Types of Books to Read on Paper

Some literature just can't be digital. Here are five types of books to read on paper!

Screen Time Is Money: How Authors Make Money on Ebooks

We're taking a close look at how authors make money on ebooks, from the making of an ebook to selling and distributing them through various outlets.

Macmillan Walks Back Ebook Embargo

Macmillan Publishers has announced they will return to the library ebook pricing model that was in place October 31, 2019.

Over 70 Public Libraries Made 2019 a Record Year for Digital Checkouts

In 2019, 73 library systems loaned over 1 million titles each, making it a record year for checkouts of ebooks and audiobooks.